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English please by NalaFontaine English please by NalaFontaine
There are times when I cannot comprehend what a person says because they aren't applying their english skills.
I get a headache if there is too much bad english.
"its da internetz, spelin doznt mater" . . . right.

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:iconuse-englishplz: is your access for the plz account. *** and now the journal Overwhelmed
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JesusFan13 Jul 5, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Sometimes I make mistakes because I type really fast, but I always try to spell out my words and I hardly use words like Plz unless I am actually trying for an accent.
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NalaFontaine Jul 6, 2012  Student General Artist
We all have the right to make mistakes. Though it is only by making mistakes that we may correct ourselves and improve to continue our efforts.
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prosequtor Jul 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Agreed. :D I'm not very good at english myself, 'bt wen pplz spel liek dis', I get pissed off. xD
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ShadeDreams Jul 3, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It's not easy for us. ;)
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:iconphiliphe:
true. I don't know a lot of english and I hate writting stupid things or failing at grammar. Sometimes I just don't write anything because I hate "bad english"...
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NalaFontaine Jul 1, 2012  Student General Artist
Even if you just practice by yourself, it helps to exercise the ability to put thought to paper. Keep on trying and don't give up. No one will blame you if you make a few mistakes, you can only learn from them.
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medzkitty Jul 1, 2012
I agree.
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Naruneyl Jun 30, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well... i got the point about people who actually know english very well and don't want t use it correctly. But sometimes, we don't do it because we want to, is just because we don't know 'how' to do it. You see, my original language is portuguese, and it is still hard to understand it sometimes, because of the endless number of grammar rules and such. Now, you imagine me trying to learn english from zero, it is not that easy, you know. In school, i'm still leaning how to use 'say', 'tell', 'talk' and 'speak' (in the english classes, only two times a week). Everything i know more than the other students come from my knowledge from playing video-games, and i still can't trust my english sometimes. I have to confess, i love the english language since i was a kid, and i don't know why. But the thing is, no one is obliged to learn english, it is not a requeriment for being a person.
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NalaFontaine Jun 30, 2012  Student General Artist
perhaps you should take a moment to read the journal entry I have regarding this as it may elaborate on some things that you are missing.
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tis certainly not about people who aren't good with english, it's about english-speakers who write 'bad english'
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Naruneyl Jul 1, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That's okay, I read it, and I understand you and agree. For us that are beginning to learn english and how to use it, is crucial that people write/type correctly, so we can understand better. I feel the same thing when I'm reading some portuguese text completely wrong typed. For example, the '' letter, that people forget a lot (it has a 's' sound, but people use just the 'c' instead, which has a completely different sound). Is just... ugly. And when they mistake 'z' for a 's' (like, the word 'fazer'[to do], they type 'faser'. Is just frustrating).
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